Tuesday, April 10, 2012

10 on the 10th - My John

Today is the 10th anniversary of my dear husband's death so it is a befitting day to do 10 of my favourite photos of him. It was hard to choose which ones to use but I managed it. It isn't a sad day it is a celebration of a life, of love, of remembrance of the good times.

pictures are, reading from left to right from top to bottom
  1. Our engagement
  2. Laughing at a joke (John didn't often laugh out loud, so this is a great photo)
  3. When we were first courting, he told me he was shy
  4. We had been married only a short while, photo taken in Epping Forest
  5. Our 1st wedding Anniversary, at a dance
  6. The last photo I have of John taken Christmas 2001
  7. Sitting in a field while camping doing his very first cross stitch picture, a hobby that was to delight him for the rest of his life
  8.  Waiting at the church on our wedding day
  9. One of our wedding photos
  10. Towards the end of his life at a friend's 60th birthday party

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Jimjams said...

Oh Mary - what a wonderful collage to celebrate him!
{{{hugs}}} on this special but sad day ♥♥♥

Sian said...

What a moving post Mary. he looks like such a nice man! I'm sending you a hug too x

Sheena said...

What a beautiful collection of photographs x
many thanks for sharing them with us xxx

JO SOWERBY said...

what a lovely way to remember a special man. i especially like him cross stitching............what a cool guy............ur wedding picture and the big one of John smiling in the centre. he was a very handsome man,
jo xxx

Maria Ontiveros said...

I adore your post today - your husband was quite a looker. The photo in the forest reminds me a bit of Leonardo DiCaprio. Sending you lots of love,

Tammy said...

Lovely photos! Great idea for your 10 things this month! :)

Nathalie said...

I love your attitude and how you celebrating him today!

Sarah said...

Mary, thank you for sharing this with us all. You are truly an inspiration xx

Beverly said...

Mary, He may not have laughed out loud often but it seems he smiled a great deal and had a beautiful smile. Funny the one about him being shy, that's exactly the adjective I put on that picture before reading your text.

MonicaB said...

This is a truly beautiful Ten on 10. It's wonderful that you celebrate the life you had together.

E said...

A truely beautiful and moving ten on 10.

Sara Grafton said...

It is good that you are remembering your husband and celebrating his life. It must be hard to narrow it down to 10 favorite photos.

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